Category: CULTURE

Egyptian woman wins case against Islamic inheritance laws

Huda Nasrallah, a Christian, has been fighting for an equal share of her late father’s estate An Egyptian lawyer has said on Monday that she won a case that...

BBC uncovers Africa’s History with Zeinab Badawi

History of Africa returns for a highly anticipated second series, taking BBC World News presenter Zeinab Badawi on a prolific journey across the continent to uncover its...

WhatsApp shares secret tips and tricks you might not know about the app

With over 450 million daily active users, WhatsApp is without a doubt one of the most popular messaging apps around. If you use WhatsApp, you probably have the basics of...

Egyptian woman uses Christian doctrine to fight unequal Islamic inheritance laws

A Coptic Christian woman in Egypt is taking on the country’s unequal Islamic inheritance laws that mean female heirs inherit half that of men.   Human rights...

How a rural community hopes to retain spiritual life undermined by western ways

The Bomvana say the global development agenda has created division because it sees people as individuals rather than primarily as members of a collective. Around the...

From the Ashes: Rwanda’s Traditional Imigongo Art Is on the Rise

With its geometric shapes and bright, natural colors, “imigongo” cow dung art would look right at home in a Brooklyn living room. This traditional art form, which...

Ku gumuka k’urubyiruko bamwe no kuyoboka ingeso  z’ubusambanyi intandaro yaba ari uko hirengagijwe imwe mu migenzo y’aho hambere?

Mu Rwanda rwo hambere,umukobwa watwaraga inda y’indaro yacibwaga mu muryango, akoherwa mu birwa by’ikiyaga cya Kivu cyangwa ahandi kugira ngo hakurweho amahano...

Amateka ya Nyagakecuru wo mu Bisi bya Huye

Mu Rwanda nta moko yabagaho, byose byakuruwe n’abazungu ku nyungu zabo.Dore amwe mu moko abanyarwanda bari bafite. Abenengwe Amateka akunda kumuvuga nk’umugore wari...